The Boys at the Hammer feature weekly coverage of all things MMA. They have one of the premier radio shows in the world of MMA broadcasted weekly on Wednesday nights on 93.3 FM, CFMU and here at Last Word on Sports.
Last Saturday night’s UFC 199: Rockhold vs. Bisping event proved to be was an extremely newsworthy show, both inside and outside of the cage.
During the first half of this week’s episode we discuss Michael Bisping’s UFC Middleweight Championship win, the seeming end of the ten year Dominick Cruz vs. Uriah Faber rivalry, yet another instance of Dan Henderson turning back the clock, and more.
In the second half of the show we get into all of the MMA news from the past few days including Brock Lesnar‘s unexpected return to the UFC, the confirmed date of the Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz rematch, and the recent controversy surrounding MMA reporter Ariel Helwani.
Note: Between the recording of this week’s episode and the podcast upload, we recieved news that Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson passed away today at age 42. We give our condolences to his family.
Hosted by Steve Jeffery, David Abraham and Greg Persson.
Listen to us Wednesday nights at 6:30pm on CFMU 93.3 FM, and online at http://www.thehammermma.com, The Itunes Store, Stitcher, MMAPodcast.com, Player.FM, find @SteveJeffery on Twitter, or just email us.
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The Hammer has had interviews with some of the biggest names in MMA over the years, including Anderson Silva, Georges St. Pierre, Matt Hughes, B.J. Penn, T.J. Dillashaw, Dan Henderson, Sean Sherk, Mark Coleman, Rory MacDonald, Brendan Schaub, Mark Bocek, John Makdessi, Mark Hominick, Martin Kampmann, Johnny Hendricks, T.J. Grant, Miesha Tate, and others.
They continue to bring unparalleled, independent coverage of all things MMA to fans of the sport and they always bring you straight goods and the last word. They are recognized and credentialed by UFC, Bellator, Invicta, and many other smaller MMA promotions.
The show is one of the voters for the UFC’s Official Rankings, and you can check out their articles, right here at LWOS, explaining the thought processes they go through in making changes to their ballots after every UFC show.